Changes Clause

Changes Clause

Definition

A statutory contract clause inserted into government contracts that governs non-material changes made by the government to the contract’s terms. The contractor is bound to perform in accordance with the modified terms, subject to equitable adjustments in timing and compensation. Material changes are not subject to the Changes Clause and material changes constitute a breach of contract.

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